Puzzle Interaction – Multi-drop

This drag and drop puzzle interaction can be used as a novel way to introduce content to learners. This is the Multi-drop version in which the puzzle pieces can be dropped on any drop target. The interaction was created using an ungraded Drag and Drop Question object. Download the Photoshop template file to create puzzle pieces with your own images.

To use a Lectora Online Library Object (.wwo), select Library Objects > Insert a Library Object on the Tools ribbon. On the dialog box that opens, click the Import From File button and browse to the .wwo file you want to import. Once the file is located, click the Import button and the Library Object will expand in the Title Explorer of the current title automatically.

To use a Lectora Desktop Library Object (.awo), simply drag and drop the .awo file into the open Lectora application and it will expand in the Title Explorer of the current title automatically.

For more information about using, saving, reusing, and sharing Lectora Library Objects for both Lectora Desktop and Lectora Online, see this article from the Knowledge Base.

http://community.trivantis.com/knowledge-base/reusing-content-with-library-objects-in-lectora-and-lectora-online/

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    Mikki Teneyuca

    Hi Wendy, I’ve been looking for one of these, thanks for sharing! After you replace the image in photoshop…how do you pull the pieces apart? Does Lectora automatically do that for you?

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      Wendy Miller Post author

      Hi Mikki,

      You need to replace the image and the puzzle piece images in the Lectora file. So in the Photoshop file, you would replace the layer called “nebulizer” with your own image, export the full image and replace that in the Lectora file. And then you also need to export the 9 individual puzzle pieces and replace those in the Lectora file as well. You can easily make selections of each puzzle piece in the Photoshop file by CTRL+Clicking the thumbnail in the layers palette, then Edit > Copy Merged. Paste that into a new file and File > Save for Web.

      I hope this helps. If not, let me know and I’ll try again! 😉

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